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Bill Bellamy, Kristen Bellamy , family - John Varvatos 13th Annual Stuart House Benefit at the John Varvatos Store - Arrivals at John Varvatos Store - Los Angeles, California, United States - Sunday 17th April 2016

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Kristen Bellamy, Bill Bellamy, Bailey Ivory-Rose Bellamy , Baron Bellamy - John Varvatos 13th Annual Stuart House Benefit Presented By Chrysler With Kids' Tent By Hasbro Studios at John Varvatos - Beverly Hills, California, United States - Monday 18th April 2016

Kristen Bellamy, Bill Bellamy, Bailey Ivory-rose Bellamy and Baron Bellamy
Kristen Bellamy, Bill Bellamy, Bailey Ivory-rose Bellamy and Baron Bellamy

Bill Bellamy - Premiere of 'Fifty Shades of Black' at Regal Cinemas L.A. LIVE Stadium 14 - Arrivals - Los Angeles, California, United States - Tuesday 26th January 2016

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Bill Bellamy - Comedian Bill Bellamy leaves his SUV wearing earphones and keeps his cool by grabbing a ice cream treat at Joan's on Third in Studio City - Los Angeles, California, United States - Wednesday 18th February 2015

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Bill Bellamy - Bill Bellamy at Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) - Los Angeles, California, United States - Wednesday 28th January 2015

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Lottery Ticket Trailer


Winning the lottery is something most can only dream of. Kevin Carson has spent his entire life in the projects living with his grandma and they've always played the lottery, just waiting for the day when their numbers could be drawn. On one evening in early July, their luck appears to be in as one by one Kevin's numbers are called.

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The Brothers (2001) Review


Good
Like many other African-American-targetted flicks like The Best Man and Waiting to Exhale, The Brothers is best when it's trying to be a comedy and comes off as fluffy if not sappy and lame when attempting to teach us more serious lessons about life and love. But this movie about the trials and tribulations of four attractive, successful "buppies" will definitely entertain, and it's sure to rake in the box office cash.

The four "brothers" are commitment-fearing Jackson (Morris Chestnut, who also starred in The Best Man), woman-hating playboy Brian (Bill Bellamy), not-so-happily married Derrick (D.L. Hughley) and reformed womanizer Terry (Shemar Moore). When Terry decides to get married, his boys start sizing up their own lives.

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Buying The Cow Review


Bad
Any film that equates Bridgette Wilson with a cow has our curiosity piqued, but this godawful sex comedy (about, naturally, the pitfalls of marriage, not cattle) starts off weak and ends up even worse, with one juvenile antic following after another. In fact, calling this a sex comedy is an insult to real sex comedies (American Pie). In fact, it's kind of insulting to cows.

Any Given Sunday Review


Very Good
Football is as engrained in our society's mores as deeply as war, family values, and politics -- at least that's what Oliver Stone would like you to believe. To back up this statement, Any Given Sunday analyzes the effects of a culture that elevates professional athletes and coaches to a plateau where they are immortalized as heroes of the common man. Stone's football fairytale is a culmination of every anecdote, highlight, or soundbite you've ever seen associated with the pigskin, wrapped up in an aesthetically pleasing Christmas package, and sealed with a kiss from team owner Cameron Diaz. Stone aims to please, and he doesn't miss a single cliché of the revered and scrutinized American athlete.

At its core, Any Given Sunday is the story of Miami Sharks coach Tony D'Amato (Al Pacino - The Godfather, Dog Day Afternoon) and his two quarterbacks, Willie Beamen (Jamie Foxx - The Great White Hype, Booty Call) and Cap Rooney (Dennis Quaid - The Big Easy, Innerspace). The quarterback is the most vital position in the game. He is the team spokesperson and field chief, and he serves as a crucial link between coaches, administration, and players. When legendary two-time Pantheon Cup (aka: Super Bowl) champion Cap Bowman ruptures a disk after a bone crushing hit, coach Tony is left with Willie Beamen (Foxx), an athletic, yet untested QB. His team has lost four straight and appears to be plummeting in a downward spiral with the playoffs right around the corner. He's got delusional team owner Christina Pagniacci (Cameron Diaz) and sports analyst Jack Rose (John McGinley, doing his best Jim Rome impersonation) breathing down his neck because of his outdated coaching style, and a team of players he's losing control of.

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Love Stinks Review


Bad
How could anyone produce this a film like this, and think it would be a hit? I can't understand how film's like these continue to be made. Needless to say, I was not especially impressed with Love Stinks. Yes, it stunk.

Seth (French Stewart), a TV sitcom writer, meets a wonderful girl named Chelsea (Bridgette Wilson). She's beautiful, sweet, kind and completely psycho. When she starts pressuring him towards marriage, Seth tries to distance himself. To Seth's surprise, (the audiences forethought) she won't take no for an answer. Conflict swells and the two become enemies. Here begins a trail of predictable sequences, showing the two getting even with one another.

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The Brothers Review


Good
Like many other African-American-targetted flicks like The Best Man and Waiting to Exhale, The Brothers is best when it's trying to be a comedy and comes off as fluffy if not sappy and lame when attempting to teach us more serious lessons about life and love. But this movie about the trials and tribulations of four attractive, successful "buppies" will definitely entertain, and it's sure to rake in the box office cash.

The four "brothers" are commitment-fearing Jackson (Morris Chestnut, who also starred in The Best Man), woman-hating playboy Brian (Bill Bellamy), not-so-happily married Derrick (D.L. Hughley) and reformed womanizer Terry (Shemar Moore). When Terry decides to get married, his boys start sizing up their own lives.

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Love Stinks Review


Weak

The most laughable thing about "Love Stinks" -- a romance- gone- wrong comedy featuring a sitcom writer trying to break up with his deranged girlfriend -- is that nobody in the movie thinks the plot is funny.

When the writer, played by French Stewart of "3rd Rock from the Sun," tries to incorporate the very story you're watching into his show, the other writers shake their heads, the actors protest and the show's ratings take a nose-dive.

So if writer-director Jeff Franklin acknowledges the material isn't funny, what's he doing making this movie?

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Any Given Sunday Review


Good

There's only about 22 minutes of plot in "Any Given Sunday," Oliver Stone's innovative, bone-crunching ballet of sound and fury football, so lets get that out of the way right now:

Al Pacino stars as the embattled, old-school coach of a fictitious pro football team. Cameron Diaz, is the willful, profit-zealous daughter of the franchise's recently deceased owner. Jamie Foxx is a hotshot young quarterback whose know-it-all attitude and colossal ego threaten team unity. He's just replaced the injured, aging, Elway-esque veteran QB Dennis Quaid, whose compound back injury has spelled curtains for his career -- if only his ruthlessly ambitious, harpy of a wife (Lauren Holly) would accept that fact.

During the last two minutes of the fourth quarter of the Big Playoff Game that serves as the film's climax, each of these characters (especially the selfish ones) will have an epiphany about what's really important in their lives.

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The Brothers Review


Bad

"You know fellas, I've realized something here tonight. Maybe women aren't the problem. Maybe it's us."

With dialogue that insipid, do you really need to know anything more about "The Brothers" before running as fast as you can away from the movie theater?

An ironically misogynistic, "Waiting to Exhale"-style talker disguised as a male-oriented buddy picture, "The Brothers" is the latest in a string of predictable films about yuppie African-American guys in Hugo Boss suits slowing getting it through their thick skulls that maybe being a player isn't what life's all about. (Think "The Wood," "The Best Man.")

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Lottery Ticket Trailer

Lottery Ticket Trailer

Winning the lottery is something most can only dream of. Kevin Carson has spent his...

Any Given Sunday Movie Review

Any Given Sunday Movie Review

Football is as engrained in our society's mores as deeply as war, family values, and...

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Love Stinks Movie Review

Love Stinks Movie Review

How could anyone produce this a film like this, and think it would be a...

The Brothers Movie Review

The Brothers Movie Review

Like many other African-American-targetted flicks like The Best Man and Waiting to Exhale, The Brothers...

Love Stinks Movie Review

Love Stinks Movie Review

The most laughable thing about "Love Stinks" -- a romance- gone- wrong comedy featuring a...

Any Given Sunday Movie Review

Any Given Sunday Movie Review

There's only about 22 minutes of plot in "Any Given Sunday," Oliver Stone's innovative, bone-crunching...

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The Brothers Movie Review

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